It's been quite a week for Demi Rose Mawby, the former ex-fling of American rapper Tyga.
Not only is she the very naked cover model for the debut issue of SIXTY6 magazine, but the 21 year old Instagram star managed to make a scene when she showed up to London's Paper Nightclub wearing nothing more than a revealing negligee.
Arriving fashionably late to the magazine's launch party, Demi put her best foot forward while wearing towering stilettos. There was no upstaging this model, as she showed off her curves while enjoying the music and a few stiff drinks. It was the perfect outfit for a magazine that wants to be known for their risqué content.
Although she's best known for her racy modeling work, Demi's claim to fame came when she shared a fling with rapper Tyga during his break from Kylie Jenner.
While Demi Rose Mawby may be celebrating her 22nd birthday later this month, it looks like the party started a little early.
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Fabric Nightclub was steamier than normal when the Duke of Kent's granddaughter was caught locking lips with a fellow gal pal.
Lady Marina Windsor knows how to make a scene and buck tradition, as everybody learned when she kissed model Idina Moncreiffe at the legendary nightclub on a recent girls' night out. The two were seen dancing the night away and enjoying some drinks before taking what has quickly become a viral snapshot of the kiss.
Sadly, the night out was bittersweet. "Farewell biddings and good tides" captioned the 24 year old PR girl, who will be leaving her friends, including the Vivienne Westwood model she smooched, when she moves to New York City.
Lady Marina was 25th in line to the British throne before being excluded in 2008 after switching religions. Since then, the famous Windsor has been letting her hair down, unafraid to have a good time. This is yet another example of why people love Lady Marina.
September was a dark month for Fabric, London's most popular nightclub. After accusations that the popular hotspot was a "safe haven" for illegal drug use and the death of two teenagers, the nightclub was forced to permanently close.
At the time, the club's owners and the Night Time Industries Association vowed to fight on, raising money to turn over the ruling and resurrect London's most controversial club. Despite their enthusiasm, few seemed optimistic about Fabric's future. But it seems their pessimism was unwarranted, as industry insiders are suggesting that the club is currently in talks to reopen.
According to the Islington Tribune, the club owners are attempting to reach an out-of-court agreement with the Islington council and Metropolitan police behind closed doors. All this is happening days before the group gets ready to appeal the ruling on the 28th.
While it's certainly possible Fabric will eventually rise from the dead, there is still a lot to work out and this is far from a done deal. Still, a little hope is better than none at all.
In the absence of Fabric, London's nightclub scene has really stepped up. We've seen clubs like Toy Room, Maddox and Cirque Le Soir innovate on their concepts to help fill the void. There is also the recent opening of the ultra-exclusive Aristocrat Nightclub, a swanky new haunt that only holds 100 guests at a time. With Fabric continuing to fight for survival, we say this is a good time to show everybody that London's nightlife scene is still thriving.
Nothing brings people together like the London nightlife. This time-tested adage was on full display this weekend, when former couple Justin Bieber and Sofia Richie were seen partying at Tape Nightclub. Could this mean the broken hearts have mended and the romance has been rekindled?
The 'Cold War' hitmaker was in London as part of the "Purpose World Tour," which will run until next March and play more than 160 shows. After the gig, the Biebs was seen handing out roses to fans outside Tape Nightclub before heading in for the after-party.
Whether or not Justin and Sofia are back together is up for debate, but one thing is clear -- Lionel Richie's daughter loves hanging out at Tape Nightclub. This was her second time partying at the club in less than a week, previously showing up after going to Justin's October 12 concert at the O2 Millennium Dome. She also hosted a VIP party with PrettyLittleThing on Thursday night.
Justin Bieber has kept a relatively low profile in recent months, sticking to his rigorous concert schedule and Pokemon Go. Beliebers hoping for the return of the short but tumultuous Justin/Sofia romance will need to keep waiting, because the two left the club separately.
If you were worried Lindsay Lohan would never have fun again after her recent split with Egor Tarabasov, fear not. The 30 year old actress was seen having the time of her life at London's very own Libertine Club.
The Mean Girls star hit the city in style, followed closely by a gal pal dressed in a sexy black dress. Not to be outdone, Lohan was seen in a thigh-skimming mini dress, showing off her shapely legs.
This was strictly a girls' night out, with the two friends enjoying every second of the London hotspot. While reports suggest that Lohan has moved on to restaurateur Dennis Papageorgiou, the rumored beau was nowhere to be seen. This was a night about dancing.
This has not been a good summer for actress. Not only did she recently break things off with her fiancé Egor Tarabasov, but she got into a public spat where she accused the 22 year old businessman of sleeping with a hooker and hinted that she might be pregnant with his child. And if wasn't enough, her lawsuit against the makers of Grand Theft Auto V was dismissed a few weeks ago.
After a terrible summer, nobody needed to hit the club more than Lindsay Lohan.
Mozart, Beethoven, and ... Skrillex?
If you've ever gotten into an argument about whether electronic music is "high culture" or not, prepare to have a definitive answer. A German court ruled this week that the high-profile parties at the infamous Berghain club should be classified in much the same way as classical music.
Believe it or not, this is not a trivial issue. The ruling will allow the Berlin nightclub to stay in a much lower tax bracket, allowing them to pay 7% culture tax instead of the typical 19% entertainment tax.
Those opposed to this ruling argued that a place where individuals come to dance, have fun and take drugs is "ruled by entertainment, not by culture." However, the club's management successfully argued that the same could be said for classical music. The court sided with Berghain.
This is not only a win for the nightlife culture, but also people who love electronic music. Rock 'n roll may never die, but techno is "high culture."
If you are to believe the various editorial writers and talking heads, London's nightlife scene is coming to an end. But don't tell that to Lady Gaga, who surprised everybody by debuting her newest single a tiny nightclub in Hackney.
Forget the music video and media blitz that accompanied Perfect Illusion, fans of Moth Club were in for a treat when Lady Gaga performed her latest chart-topper. The event showed the 30 year old singer in top form, sporting an aggressive ponytail and revealing top. She rocked a small stage, giving the crowd an unforgettable performance.
Producer Mark Ronson warmed the audience up for the Poker Face singer, giving club-goers an exciting two hours of incredible music. But all bets were off when Lady Gaga appeared at 1:25 am. Lady Gaga performed several of her biggest hits, including a slowed down version of Bad Romance. The audience described the performance as "electric" and "unbelievable."
After watching the video, it's hard to disagree.